Forlag: Penguin Random House (Storbritannia, USA, Canada, Irland, Australia, India, New Zealand, Sør-Afrika)
(THIS ARTICLE IS ONLY MACHINE TRANSLATED by Google from Norwegian)
The author Nimko Ali (b. 1983) is a British-Somali activist. Together with British-Somali psychotherapist Leyla Hussein, she is the founder and leader of Daughters of Eve, a voluntary organization working to protect young girls from genital mutilation – Female Genital Mutilation (FGM). They have managed to get FGM classified as child abuse in the UK. Ali also helped launch The Five Foundation, a global coalition that fights against FGM at the international level.
With Rude Ali opens the dialogue around the taboo female genital – the vagina – and everything associated with it: menstruation, orgasm, pregnancy and menopause. She discusses them darkness pages on these topics by sharing personal stories and experiences from women around the world – from. . .
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